By Eric Fischer
The Algoma Community Garden is calling for participants in this year’s garden, with raised beds and 20×20 plots still available. Gardeners will be able to either take their vegetables home or can donate them to the Kewaunee County food pantry. Sharon Wahlers, one of the coordinators for the garden, says that participating in the community garden has several benefits, including connecting with the environment and the community.
Raised beds start at $10 and the 20×20 plots for $25 and once paid gardeners can begin to plant whenever is convenient for them. The Algoma Community Garden will be hosting an open house in late May.